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Printing with Light - Cyanotype Workshop

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  • General Admission : $74.75 ea ($70.00 + $4.75 fees)
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During this workshop you will learn how to create your own cyanotype prints experimenting with the process in different ways to produce a series of unique works.

We’ll explore photograms and printing with negatives. You’ll learn about mixing the solutions, coating, drying, and exposing the print. We’ll also have a chance to experiment with double exposures and toning and staining of the cyanotypes to give you different colour variations. This is a fast, fun and experimental workshop. Participants are encouraged to bring their own objects with them on the day and provide a digital negative on acetate. Advice for this will be provided.

Don’t miss out - only 10 spaces available! All levels welcome. Age: 16 +

What to bring:
• An apron or old shirt as it’ll get messy.
• Tutor will be in touch with students regarding what objects to bring and how to transfer photographic images for exposure.

About the tutor:

Jasmine is a printmaker and graphic designer of Ngati Tuwharetoa, Ngati Rangi, Te Ati Awa, Irish and British descent.

Graduating with a Bachelor in Applied Arts - Visual from NorthTec Whangarei in 2006, she started managing Te Kowhai Print Trust open-acess print studio in Whangarei where her love for print flourished. The techniques she predominantly uses are Stone Lithograph, Serigraph and Cyanotype. She is currently the Northland regional rep for the Print Council Aotearoa/NZ.

See more of her work: @jasmineprintmaker and

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